Dealing with the government can be a daunting experience, and, quite frankly, litigation can be aptly compared to war. Litigating a breach of contract claim like dealing with the United States Government or Texas Government can be filled with anxiety that rises to the level of fear and emotional and economic paralysis. Businesses and individuals caught up in a lawsuit or dealing with the government needs an aggressive, skilled legal advocate who understands how to represent litigants in the courtroom and knows how to work with the government to pursue their goals for their business, family and future.
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Coleman Jackson, P.C. is a Dallas area law firm that maintains a triad focus on federal and state tax controversies, litigation and business and family immigration needs.
Our Dallas Tax Lawyer is also a Certified Public Accountant. Our Texas Tax Law Firm focus on disputes and problems such as offshore assets, foreign bank accounts, international tax disputes, tax audit problems, unfiled tax returns, sales tax problems, payroll tax problems, tax litigation and many other federal and state tax problems. Our tax attorney also help people manage taxes through proper estate planning, and we assist immigrants with various pre-immigration tax concerns.
We counsel clients who come to us prior to entering into contractual relationships, and we come along side those who come to us after contractual relations have soured or become hostile. Together our clients and the Dallas Litigator at Coleman Jackson, P.C. join forces to vigorously pursue or defend claims involving breach of contracts, deceptive business practices, business associates, government contracts, wills, trust and estates, trade secrets and unfair competition, and federal and state tax problems.
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Our Dallas litigation law firm''s commitment to legal counseling and vigorous advocacy allows us to skillfully represent immigrants and other clients in important tax law controversies, immigration law matters, and litigation in federal and state judicial forums as our client's build better lives for themselves, their families, businesses and the overall communities in which they settle.
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Federal tax laws treat REITs primarily as pass-through entities; similarly, to, but to a lesser extent, the way federal tax laws treat partnerships, where the majority of the increments in wealth associated with REITs are passed-through to the beneficial owners and taxed presumably at the more favorable tax rates of the individual beneficial owners of the REIT.
December 26, 2022
This blog discusses important Texas taxes that business owners should keep an eye out for.
December 24, 2022
On October 21, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) designated TPS for Ethiopia due to the current situation. The status will last 18 months from when the federal register notice is shared. DHS recognizes the ongoing armed conflict and the extraordinary and temporary conditions engulfing Ethiopia.
December 08, 2022
In this episode of Legal Thoughts, the attorney discusses the topic: " THE IRS COLLECTION PROCESS AND TAXPAYERS' OPTIONS".
November 14, 2022
Interested in the EB-3 visa? Read this blog now to learn how to apply!